Andrew is a Technical Assistant in Dehns’ Biotechnology patent team. He joined Dehns in 2016 following the completion of his BSc (Hons) degree in Molecular Cell Biology at the University of York. During his degree, he conducted research into the use of CRISPR for targeting stress-related genes in rice and the mutations behind Parkinson’s disease.
Type of clients and client work
Andrew assists with drafting and prosecution of patent applications for a variety of clients, ranging from universities to large multinational companies.
Andrew has gained experience working on patents from a wide variety of areas within life sciences, including genome editing techniques, antibodies, diagnostic techniques and pharmaceutical compositions.
Qualifications and Memberships
- Student Member of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys
BSc (Hons), Molecular Cell Biology, University of York, 2016